Alan Pulsipher - Nevada Voter Rolls

Don't want to belabor this point too much, but there were several times in Clark County when I was supervising an election site where someone  came to vote in person, but had already "voted" because someone (unbeknownst to the voter) had requested an "absentee ballot".  When I was on the job, the remedy to that situation was to allow the voter to sign an affidavit affirming they had not voted and that they were aware that double voting was a felony.  With said affirmation signed, the voter was permitted to vote.  Supposedly, the affirmation was SUPPOSED to cancel the prior vote in favor of the in-person vote.  Supposedly...(what a great way to cheat...ya think??)

During the primary elections earlier this year (during the Covid mess), vote-by-mail ballots were sent to my residence for my two daughters who got married in 2013 and moved away from home at that time.  The last election I worked (2014), I specifically requested their names to be purged from the voter rolls...obviously to no avail.  How much more easy is it now for someone to vote the "vote by mail" for someone else when there isn't even a hurdle for a voter to ask for an absentee ballot?

Legislation passed during the September 2020 special session was deliberately designed to facilitate the wholesale cheating going on now.  Clark County Registrar of Voters Joe Gloria (I refer to him as a "rat-bastard") is about as partisan and disreputable a public official as one can contacts with him over the years have been disquieting, to say the least.